SVB Tweede Divisie

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The SVB Tweede Divisie is second-highest division overall in the Surinamese football league system after the Topklasse, where the top club is promoted to each season. The weakest club is relegated to the Lidbondentoernooi. The league was previously known as the SVB Eerste Klasse but became the Hoofdklasse for the 2016–17 season after Suriname's top division changed its name from Hoofdklasse to Topklasse,[1] only to be rebranded as the Tweede Divisie for the 2017–18 season.

SVB Tweede Divisie
Founded1956
First season1956–57
CountrySuriname
ConfederationCONCACAF
Number of teams12
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toEerste Divisie
Relegation toDerde Divisie
Domestic cup(s)Beker van Suriname
Suriname President's Cup
Current championscancelled
(2019–20)
Current: 2020–21 SVB Tweede Divisie

The competition was founded in 1956.

ClubsEdit

The following clubs participated in the 2021–22 season:

The following clubs have participated in the league:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "SME Sport – Hoofdklasse".